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British Journal of Photography #7917

232 x 297 mm, 196 pages
London, UK
Since 1854
Editorial director: Diane Smyth
Deputy editor: Ravi Ghosh
Creative director: Mick Moore
Chief designer: Nicky Browne

With a founding date of 1854, BJP is the world’s oldest and longest running photography magazine. But age has not caused it to stagnate—as they say, it's ‘not your usual game of picture karaoke.’

The latest issue engages with ‘Virtual Reality’ not just as a product of AI but as a result of photography's inevitable subjectivity. Work like Taysir Batniji's collection of glitchy video calls with relatives in Gaza, Zed Nelson's unrealistic reconstructions of nature, and Farah Al Qasimi's surreal landscapes from online video games all disrupt established perspectives and suggest alternative realities. 

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